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Man from the Bible perspective and holistic concept of Social work
Apatsidu, Markéta ; Heryán, Ladislav (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis tries to describe the personality of a man from the perspective of biblical anthropology and the resulting need for a holistic approach of helping professions to clients of all target groups of social work. It is based primarily on Genesis, which focuses on two messages of human creation. It shows how both messages are reflected in the Bible as a whole. The first chapter, in addition to the messages of creation, describes the individual aspects of human being, which are body, soul, spirit and heart. It emphasizes that man is a holistic being according to the Bible. Man is the body, man is the soul, man is the spirit, not that man has got the body, the soul and the spirit. Therefore every man must feed all aspects of his personality, otherwise he suffers. And here is the space for holistic social work. The topic of the contribution of biblical anthropology for social work is discussed in the second chapter of this bachelor thesis. It also wants to show that even to social workers who do not claim any religion can help the Bible to shape their personal spirituality and approach to clients. It also mentions the terms of moral autonomy and conscience as a necessary prerequisite for the ethically proper conduct of a social worker.
Refugees in light of the message of the Bible
Ondráčková, Alžběta ; Heryán, Ladislav (advisor) ; Martinek, Michael (referee)
This thesis focuses on the biblical view of refugees in the context of the current events. It analyses the examples of refugees described in the Bible and general biblical principles that apply both to the refugees and to those who welcome them in their own countries. It shortly describes the situation in a few European countries and also mentions one particular story of a refugee. The thesis applies the conclusions drawn from the biblical stories and principles on the current situation with the goal of providing the biblical view on some of the actual questions concerning refugees.
The story of Biblical Ruth and its inspiration for social issues.
Jarosilová, Veronika ; Heryán, Ladislav (advisor) ; Roskovec, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis entitled "The Story of Biblical Ruth and Its Inspiration for Social Issues of Today's Society" is focused on the analysis of the book Ruth, comparison of some of its interpretations and application on social issues of today's society. Although it is a short book, its importance is not negligible. The Jews even read it in the synagogues during the feast of weeks known as Pentecost. Thus, it belongs among the five festive scrolls. Some general facts about the book, like its origins, are still being discussed. There are, however, no great differences between the interpretations of the book compared in this thesis. The authors agree on a hopeful message with the call to faith in God and love for others. The Book of Ruth can be inspiring on issues of individualism and indifference, prejudice or care for the elderly. It is a book full of kindness, generosity, family cohesion and mutual solidarity. KEYWORDS: faith, hope, interpretation, inspiration, love, solidarity
Sionism and Rebirth of Israel
Čálková, Marie ; Heryán, Ladislav (advisor) ; Jančařík, Zdeněk (referee)
Bachelor thesis Zionism and Israel's creation focuses on the history of Zionism and the creation of the State of Israel from the period of the kings to the present day. The first chapter provides definitions of key words. The second chapter deals with the early history of Israel from the period of the kings, through the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods, the presence of the Arabs and the Crusades to the situation of Jews in Europe. The third to fifth chapter describes the situation of Jews in Europe, their departure to Palestine and its colonization, the course first to fourth wave of immigration, and the first meeting with Great Britain. Chapters six to nine deal with the situation of the Jews during World War II and the Jewish Question, further division of Palestine and the creation of the state of Israel itself and describes the first five Arab-Israeli wars and Arab nationalist uprising - intifada. The last two chapters deal with the economic political situation during the 65 years of the state, as well as the outlook for the future of Israel. In conclusion, it appears a brief summary and evaluation of project objectives. The annex contains a list of organizations whose names appear in the thesis and maps describing the partition of Palestine. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The use of the Bible in pastoral work with ill people
Halámková, Miriam ; Martinek, Michael (advisor) ; Heryán, Ladislav (referee)
The aim of this thesis titled "The use of the Bible in pastoral work with ill people" is to explore the ways how this fundamental book of Christianity can be used in pastoral work with ill people. In the first chapter, there are defined general pastoral care, its meaning and the care of ill people. Futhermore, the ill person as an object on which is this care focused, his needs and some specifics of conversation with such a person and also a person accompanying the ill as the one who provides the care. The second chapter deals with the pastoral theme in the Bible. In the times of the Old Testament the shepherd was one of the most inferior professions. Nevertheless, it is given as an example for the behavior of the spiritual leader to the people of whom he cares about. In some books of the Bible there is described how a shepherd should behave to his flock. In the New Testament then it is spoken of Jesus Christ as the good shepherd who takes care of his sheep, which represent individuals in the church. The chapter provides some inspirations in Christ's behavior for today's pastoral work with ill people. The third chapter is devoted to a description of the selected options of the use of the Bible in pastoral work with the sick. These include personal approach to accompanying to it, reading stories, but...
Al-Andalus and Mozarabs
Jun, Tomáš ; Hošek, Pavel (advisor) ; Heryán, Ladislav (referee)
In my thesis I deal with the question whether we can consider the social system of al-Andalus as religiously tolerant. I represent al-Andalus, the Iberian state, dominated by Muslims of Arab and Berber origin between 711-1492. I focus on the reign of the Umayyad dynasty from the 8th to 10th century called "Golden Age". I want to show on Mozarabes ("arabized Christians"), that the present view of tolerance in al-Andalus is distorted by its own history of myth. I also deal with reference to al-Andalus in the present, both among Christians and Muslims. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Mother Teresa and her Influence on Social Work
Havránková, Anežka ; Martinek, Michael (advisor) ; Heryán, Ladislav (referee)
Work is about Mother Teresa and her contribution to social work. The first part deals with the life of Mother Teresa, from childhood through adolescence to her death and beatification. The second part is devoted to spiritual inspiration from which Mother Teresa took her beliefs about what she was doing. It is also described her spiritual life and the topic of the inner darkness of Mother Teresa. This chapter talks about the mystical experiences with God, so. Dark nights. Another issue is the Congregation of the Missionaries of Charity itself and its work for the poor, sick and suffering. It also describes the growth of the congregation and how it was spreading to other countries. The conclusion summarizes the impact of Mother Teresa in social work and social activities of other people. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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